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Order now to reserve your holiday remembrance wreath Posted on 06 Dec 10:55

Call us today 952-303-9286 to place your order for a special wreath remembrance for your loved one.  Also, if you are ordering 3 or more, remember to mention 10% off your order.

Veteran's Day is Friday, November 11, 2016 Posted on 30 Oct 19:11

Dating back to the early 20th century, this holiday is one of the most reverent days in the United States. Veterans Day is especially important now, due to the declining number of living veterans from World War I. Many Americans have grandparents who remember the end of the Great War, but few have great grandparents who were actually old enough to serve in the war.

Although the holiday originated from World War I, it is now celebrated to include all veterans of wars, conflicts, and active duty service. In the United States, the armed services community is very tight, and the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air force, National Guard and reserves of the US have been very important in shaping the country as well as the entire world.

If you have a loved one who is buried at Fort Snelling Cemetery, please contact us to place beautiful flowers in remembrance of your Vet.  It would be our honor to honor them.   We will send you a photo once we have placed the flowers.  We also have beautiful wreaths for the cold Minnesota holiday winter, and can you can also order flowers for Valentines Day, Memorial Day, Birthday, Anniversaries or any other special day.

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How To Choose Cemetery Flowers Posted on 24 Jul 07:38

Cemetery flowers are an integral part of any funeral service. They are purchased by the deceased’s family for the funeral service, while close friends and relatives need them to offer their condolences to the grieving party.


Cemetery Etiquette: What You Need To Know Posted on 24 Jul 07:33

A majority of people come to cemeteries to pay respects to their loves ones. As a cemetery is a sacred burial ground, it is critical for people to respect individuals, both living and dead, every time they visit a cemetery.